Cool, let me know how it works out for you and I may consider lowering my lights, too.
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Hmm.. lights have been off for only 45 minutes. Temps are already in the 50*s, which is amazing considering it usually takes a few hours to get them that low.
What struck me as odd was the humidity is dropping. Normally it goes up after the lights go out. Guess this is due to a lack of evaporation (from the humidifiers + lights) at night?
~ Yet another 45 min. later..
Temps have leveled off to 58*F. Humidity has come back up to 82%.. Not sure what caused the sudden dip, but everything is back to normal.
I'll take some pics of the neps in a couple weeks. I'm sure I'll have something to share by then.
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Looks as though your plants like it in there as much as you do. Great setup.
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ah... ok, thanks for the info.
Some pics to curb my boredom..
veitchii x lowii still coloring up. Little macrophylla just to the left of it.
"Song of Melancholy" making this a constant thing now.
I've got a bunch of these ceph divisions starting to come to life. This is one of the Robust clones.
These 3 are still happy together.. Stylidium debile, U. nelumbifolia, and U. reniformis 'Big Sister'
droso growing fast
new chubs from veitchii K
up and coming from seed grown veitchii HL from EP
in love with this D. capensis 'Bain's Rocket'
in comparison to Bain's Kloof
madagascariensis putting up new growth
D. 'Pretty Rosette'
D. slackii from root cuttings
one of many D. adelae clumps from leaf cuttings
D. adelae coming up from root cuttings
anybody recognize this ping?
what about this one?
think this one is Titan
once again because I like this pic.. truncata x ovata
Fabulous! Don't you love the look of new growth on madagascarensis? So green!
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I actually like it when it turns red better. Means it's getting enough light.
Amazing as usual!